Although the reason why Manchester United lost on Thursday night due to his silly, by how own admission, handball, Luke Shaw also made a valid point in his post-match interview: the club don’t score enough.

That has been an issue throughout the season, with the Red Devils unable to get Wout Weghorst firing and relying on Marcus Rashford heavily for goals, which is why a new striker, like Victor Osimhen, will be sought this summer.

The Nigeria international has been a target of Manchester United’s for a while now, and Corriere della Sera recall that on Friday when looking at the goalscorer’s future following his Serie A title win.

While his present might be ‘exciting and beautiful’, they make it clear his future could be different, with a ‘new adventure’ potentially on the horizon for the striker.

They say one club ‘above all’ have been after him, and that’s Manchester United, who have been ‘in contact with his entourage for a year’, and who are ‘ready to return’ for him after their failed attempts to sign him last year.

The Red Devils ‘want to bring him to England’, while Napoli are trying to extend his 2025 contract by an extra year.

If they fail to do so, ‘they will set a price of €150m’ for their star, which will be the starting point of any negotiations.

This is described as a ‘mountain of money’ that has already put off other suitors such as Bayern Munich, but has not ‘discouraged’ the Premier League sides after him, including Manchester United.